The election of Sen. Barack Obama is a milestone in American history, and by no means do I want to detract from this momentous occasion.
Now that the 2008 campaign season is over, races have been run, mud slung and votes counted, perhaps “we the people” can be the change
As an opinion editorialist, my job description includes commenting on current events as they relate to the residents of San Diego County. As an environmental
There is an issue on the November ballot that shouldn’t be there, having been decided by a vote of the people on June 2, 2008.
I was raised to believe historic preservation is a form of cultural preservation. Reminders from the past become teachers of sorts, offering lessons of where
Say what you will about Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, I have, but the Governator has just scored serious “green” points with the signing of California State
I don’t know about you folks, but all this sturm and drang over the Wall Street bailout has me questioning the viability of the U.S.
This year I participated in the 24th annual California Coastal Cleanup at Swami’s, along with hundreds of other environmental stewards who recognize the economic and
California has always been a study in never having enough water. Southern California even more so. With a population of more than 38 million Californians